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Ti Stealth Appcelerator Titanium Appcelerator Alloy

CLI and CommonJS module to replace console log calls with NOOPs which can later be restored.

Install npm

As global CLI:

[sudo] npm install -g ti-stealth

As a dependency in your projects package.json:

  "name": "your-project",
  "dependencies": {
    "ti-stealth": "*"

Quick Start

Stealth can be used both as CLI and CommonJS module.


The number one usage for this package is to remove all other then error logging from production builds. The included example alloy.jmk can be dropped in your Alloy project's app folder or merged with whatever you have there. It will automatically stealth all the logs calls when you build for production (includes Ad Hoc), without changing anything in your app folder.


Hit ti-stealth -h for full usage, but these examples should do:

  • Processes all JS under the CWD to stealth all log calls:

    ~/myproject $ ti-stealth enable
  • Processes the given directory to stealth only debug and info level calls:

    $ ti-stealth enable ~/myproject -l debug,info
  • Processes the given file to stealth all but error level caals:

    $ ti-stealth enable ~/myproject/app/alloy.js -n error
  • Processes the given file to restore all stealthed info level log calls:

    $ ti-stealth restore ~/myproject/app/alloy.js -l info
  • Process the given code:

    $ ti-stealth enable "Ti.API.info('hello world')"

    Pretty useless in CLI, but nice via the module ;)


If you use Stealth as a CommonJS module pass the input as the first argument and the options as the second. You will be returned an array of files changed:

var stealth = require('ti-stealth');

stealth.enable('/usr/admin/myproject', {
    notLevels: ['error']

Some notes:

  • You can also pass the options as the first argument and have a input property.
  • Levels can be given as CSV as well.
  • You can use both short and long option names.

Tests Travis

  1. Install node.js.
  2. Install grunt: [sudo] npm install -g grunt-cli
  3. Clone the repo: git clone https://github.com/fokkezb/ti-stealth.git && cd ti-stealth && npm install
  4. Run tests: grunt test


Please report issues and features requests in the repo's issue tracker.


Distributed under MIT License.

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